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Come explore the 1830s-1850s renovated adobe homestead and history of Texas hero, José Antonio Navarro. Interact with multi-sensory exhibits and browse through our visitor center and museum store. Schedule your tour group or special event and take a...more
A great house to visit for an hour whilst you are in SA. Lots of information, including some interactive segments. I do wish that the house had been set up in the way it used to be so that you can see how they lived,...More
We stopped in for an hour or so on our first visit to San Antonio. This is a nicely set up, well run display and history of the home, life and the significant role of Tejano Jose Navarro in the fight for Texas independence. After...More
In downtown and close to other historical sites, this one is particularly good. Lovely staff particularly one woman who is a 6th generation descendant of Navarro and is very passionate about the history. Well worth a visit!
This compound with the statue of José Antonio Navarro is right next to the current San Antonio jail. The 3 tourist buses dont stop here, but our driver had in his narration how they have such a small jail for women and men, there's very...More
Is it historic? Sure. Plenty of things in San Antonio are historic. Wait a few years and put me back in San Antonio and I'll be historic. Not sure if that makes me worth visiting, but it is what it is. This is a decent...More
My husband's family has always said they descended from this great Texas hero. We came hoping to find the connection. They were very helpful and we left with a lot of genealogical information to sort through. We're glad we came even if we're not related....More
A delightful lady from Germany visit to San Antonio brought me to the Navarro House. last week. The stature of Jose Antonio Navarro points towards the Navarro House.. First Texas Senator and Texas Hero.
The Casa Navarro and outdoor area is beautifully preserved. The visual...More
Really well restored home of one of Texas' heroes. He was very important in the evolution of Texas as it is today. The audio presentations are extremely well done and informative. Highly recommend- ideal to visit during a walking tour of San Antonio.
This attraction was undergoing renovations, and a full tour was not available. But staff still took time to tell us about the history of the family and showed us a bit of the museum. No charge... but they did encourage us to come back when...More